Using iPad for reading fairly heavily. My normal means for keeping track of reading has been disrupted slightly, so here's a best effort attempt. In particular, I may have forgotten to make a note of physical books I've read.
- A Borrowed Man, Gene Wolfe
- The Hanging Tree, Ben Aaronovitch (zomg!)
- The Wall of Storms, Ken Liu
- Death's End, Cixin Liu
- Fifth Elephant, Terry Pratchett (reread)
- The Sorcerer's House, Gene Wolfe
- Babylon's Ashes, James S. A. Corey
- Vanished Kingdoms: The History of Half-Forgotten Europe, Norman Davies
- Dictator's Handbook: Why Bad Behavior Is Almost Always Good Politics, Bruce Bueno de Mesquita, Alastair Smith
- Roads and Bridges: The Unseen Labor Behind Our Digital Infrastructure, Nadia Eghbal
- Site Reliability Engineering: How Google Runs Production Systems, ed. Betsy Beyer, Chris Jones, Jennifer Petoff & Niall Richards
- Moon Over Soho, Ben Aaronovitch
- Whispers Underground, Ben Aaronovitch
- Broken Homes, Ben Aaronovitch
- Foxglove Summer, Ben Aaronovitch
All read by Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, who is amazing.
- Lots of Uncanny X-Men and Excalibur
- All of Marvel's 2015 Secret Wars event
- Bitch Planet
- Others, as usual
All up, it looks like I succeeded in my ambition to read fewer books in 2016. I only got through 43, if you count fiction, non-fiction, and audiobooks.
I don't know if that's because I've been reading more comics or because I've tackled some harder books (Vanished Kingdoms was a bit of a slog, as was the SRE book), or if I just lost track of a few. Certainly, in the last three months of 2016 I had an unusual burst of regular exercise, which left me tired and with less time for reading.
If you can recommend some easier, better way to maintain a reading log, please get back to me. I tried Goodreads, but it doesn't gel for me.